Columbine tragedy: 20 years later

Colorado Community Media staff
Posted 12/31/69

This year marks the 20th anniversary of one of the nation's most infamous school shootings.

Colorado Community Media journalists from across the metro area set out to write a series of stories to …

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Columbine tragedy: 20 years later

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This year marks the 20th anniversary of one of the nation's most infamous school shootings.

Colorado Community Media journalists from across the metro area set out to write a series of stories to try and commemorate the past, and explore what Columbine means to the community, the survivors, school districts and safety specialists now.

Columbine High School students commit to serving others

Columbine High School students commit to serving others

Columbine remembrance events planned

Columbine remembrance events planned

‘I stepped out of the darkness’

‘I stepped out of the darkness’

‘We have love and hope’

‘We have love and hope’

Spreading love, support in tragedy

Spreading love, support in tragedy

'We fell into each other's arms and wept'

'We fell into each other's arms and wept'

'People heal on their own schedule'

'People heal on their own schedule'

‘Every morning, I wake up and recite their names’

‘Every morning, I wake up and recite their names’

‘Keep looking up. Keep moving ahead’

‘Keep looking up. Keep moving ahead’

‘We’ve got to reach out to one another’

‘We’ve got to reach out to one another’

‘I don’t look at the world the same anymore’

‘I don’t look at the world the same anymore’

‘It made me more empathetic’

‘It made me more empathetic’

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